Zucchini is a form of squash. It is considered to be a summer squash, which means it is harvested when it is not fully ripe.
White squash can be fried, steamed, grilled, sautéed, roasted and baked. Pan frying is the simplest method of cooking white squash and involves the fewest steps.
Zucchini leaves will turn yellow due to insect infestations or fungi. The insects that attack the zucchini plant turning their leaves yellow are the squash bug, aphids and spider mites. The fungus that targets zucchini is fusarium wilt.
To grow zucchini, select a good location, prepare the soil, plant the seeds, mulch the seedlings, water the zucchini plants regularly and fertilize them. You need zucchini seeds, loamy soil, compost, mulch, water and fertilizer.
Plant zucchini by preparing the soil, placing the seeds in 1-inch deep holes, and establishing a cloche protection for the seedlings. You need a cloche, a trowel, plastic mulch, organic mulch, compost and zucchini seeds.
Sauteed yellow squash is made with yellow squash, and fresh red bell pepper, celery, scallions and parsley. It's easy to make and can be prepared in under 30 minutes.
Some baked yellow squash recipes are Taste of Home’s Baked Parmesan Breaded Squash and Kraft’s Summer Squash Bake. For Taste of Home’s recipe, preheat the oven to 450 F. Place 4 cups of thinly sliced yellow summer squash in a large bowl.